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" ... evidently, affect us not in proportion to those of Homer. His characters of valour are much alike : even that of Turnus... "
The Argonautics, tr. into Engl. verse with notes by W. Preston - Page 219
by Apollonius (of Rhodes) - 1803
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The Iliad, tr. by mr. Pope. [With notes partly by W. Broome. Preceded by] An ...

Homerus - 1720
...would be endlefs to produce inftances of thefe kinds. The characters of Virgil are far from ftriking us in this open manner; they lie in a great degree hidden and undiftinguiflh'd, and where they are mark'd molt evidently, affe<S us not in proportion to thofe of...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq: Miscellaneous pieces in verse and prose

Alexander Pope - 1752
...would be endlefs to produce instances of thefe kinds. The characters of Virgil are far from ftriking us in this open manner ; they lie in a great degree hidden and undiflinguimed, and where they are marked moft evidently, affedl us not in proportion to thofe of Homer....
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The Works of Alexander Pope: Letters

Alexander Pope - English literature - 1757
...would be endlefs to produce inftances of thefe kinds. The charafters of Virgil are far from linking us in this open manner ; they lie in a great degree hidden and undiftinguifhed, and, where they are marked moft evidently, affeft us not in proportion to thofe of...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq: In Nine Volumes Complete, with ..., Volume 6

Alexander Pope, William Warburton (Bp. of Gloucester) - English poetry - 1760
...would be endlefs to produce inftances of thefe kinds. The characters of Virgil are fa? from ftriking us in this open manner; they lie in a great degree hidden and undiftinguifhed, and where they are marked. moft evidently affect us not in proportion to thofe of...
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Works: In English Verse, Volume 1

Virgil - 1763
...eminently different from the other. " The charafters of Virgil (lays Mr. Pope) " are far from ftriking us " in this open manner ; they lie in a great " degree hidden and undiftinguifhed, and " where they are marked moft evidently, af" feel us not in proportion to thofe...
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The Works of Virgil in English Verse, Volume 2

Virgil, Christopher Pitt, Joseph Warton - 1763
...eminently different from the other. " The characters of Virgil (fays Mr. Pope) " are far from ftriking us " in this open manner ; they lie in a great " degree hidden and undiftinguifhed, and " where they are marked moft evidently, af" fe& us not in proportion to thofe...
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The Works of the English Poets: Pope's Homer

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...would be endlefs to produce inftances of thefe kinds. The charafters of Virgil are far from ftriking us in this open manner ; they lie in a great degree hidden and undiftinguifhed, and where they are marked moft evidently, affeft us not in proportion to thofe of...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. in Six Volumes Complete: Miscellaneous ...

Alexander Pope, William Warburton - 1787
...would be endlefs to produce inftances of thefe kinds. The characters of Virgil are far from ftriking us in this open manner; they lie in a great degree hidden and undiftinguiftied, and where they are marked moft evidently, affeCt us not in proportion to thofe of...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose, Selected ...

Vicesimus Knox - English prose literature - 1790 - 1019 pages
...be endlefs to produce inftances of thefe kinds. — The characters of Virgil are far from ftriking us in this open manner ; they lie in a great degree hidden and undiilinguifhed, and where they are marked moil evidently, affeft us not in proportion to thofe of...
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The Whole Poetical Works of Alexander Pope ...: Including His Translations ...

Alexander Pope - 1804 - 479 pages
...would be endltfs to produce inftances of thefe kinds. The characters of Virgil are far from ftriking us in this open manner; they lie in a great degree hidden and undiftinguifhed, and where they are marked moil evidently, affect us not in proportion to thole of...
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